Re: Warp Drive May Be More Feasible Than Thought, Scientists Say
I have to add that warp drive belongs in the realm of fantastic science fiction, that is the nonhard variety. In the Trek timeline I can see the Warp Drive being invented by Zepham Cochrain in 2063 or whenever, but I don't really expect the ability to distort the fabric of space-time with gravity and anti-gravity to come all that readily.
It seems the article in the OP puts it back into "hard" science fiction.
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